Live Blood Analysis

Live Blood Analysis: Understanding Its Importance in Health Assessment

Live Blood Analysis (LBA), also known as live cell analysis or dark-field microscopy, is a diagnostic technique that examines a patient’s blood under a microscope in real-time. It provides valuable insights into the health of an individual by observing the condition and behavior of blood cells. This non-invasive procedure has gained attention for its potential to detect early signs of various health issues and guide personalized health interventions

Understanding Live Blood Analysis

Live Blood Analysis involves placing a drop of blood from a patient’s fingertip onto a microscope slide, which is then examined under a specialized microscope equipped with dark-field illumination. Unlike traditional blood tests that involve chemical analysis, LBA allows for the direct observation of live blood cells. This method provides practitioners with immediate feedback on the health and vitality of the blood, which can reveal underlying conditions such as nutritional deficiencies, toxicity levels, and the presence of pathogens.

Insights Gained from Live Blood Analysis

Through LBA, practitioners can observe various aspects of blood health:

  • Cellular Integrity: The shape, size, and movement of red blood cells can indicate oxygenation levels and potential nutrient deficiencies.
  • Immune Function: White blood cells are assessed for their activity levels, providing insights into the immune response and potential infections.
  • Toxic Load: Presence of crystals, debris, or other abnormalities can suggest the body’s ability to detoxify and eliminate waste effectively.
  • PH Balance: Acidic or alkaline imbalances in the blood can influence overall health and susceptibility to disease.

Live Blood Analysis is valued for its ability to:

  • Early Detection: Identify early signs of health issues before symptoms manifest clinically.
  • Personalized Recommendations: Tailor diet, lifestyle, and supplement recommendations based on individual blood profiles.
  • Monitoring Progress: Track improvements in blood health over time with targeted interventions.
  • Holistic Approach: Complement conventional medical tests by providing a more comprehensive view of health factors.


Live Blood Analysis offers a unique perspective on health assessment by directly observing the condition of blood cells in real-time. While controversial in some medical circles due to variability in interpretation, many practitioners and patients find value in its ability to detect early warning signs and guide personalized health strategies. As with any diagnostic tool, proper training and interpretation are essential to ensure accurate results and informed decision-making. Incorporating Live Blood Analysis alongside conventional medical assessments can provide a more holistic approach to healthcare, focusing on prevention and early intervention.

Through its insights into cellular health, immune function, and overall vitality, Live Blood Analysis continues to be a tool of interest for those seeking a deeper understanding of their health status and proactive wellness strategies.

FAQ’s

Nutritional Microscopy or Live Blood Analysis is a cost-effective way to assess the state and/or dysfunction of the body’s systems and organs. This unique analysis technique has the capability of offering the doctor a quick and simple way to determine the extent of a disease process. It helps determine whether it is functional or organic, acute or chronic, mild or severe and gives a general idea as to what physiological pathway of the body requires the greatest support. This can include oxidative control, nutritional and enzyme correction and supplementation or immune support.

Three drops of blood are taken by way of a tiny finger-prick, and then placed on the slides. One slide is used for “live” blood analysis, second one is used for “dry” layer analysis, and the third one is used for checking the "blood group". The slide is then placed under a high-powered microscope which is attached to a monitor that allows you to view the blood during the analysis. With one “live” drop of blood from the finger an enormous amount of information is available about the state of the immune system, free radical damage, weaknesses, possible vitamin deficiencies, amount of toxicity, pH and mineral imbalance, areas of concern and weakness, parasites, fungus and yeast. A lot of guess work is eliminated. The “dry” sample shows the waste by-products produced in those areas of the body not functioning as they should. It’s unbelievably exciting to see your red and white cells moving . It is also rewarding to see responses to nutritional changes, detoxifying and life style changes. This method of blood analysis has been used in Europe for about a century.

This is a very in-depth analysis which usually takes about thirty to forty-five minutes. During this time questions relating to diet and lifestyle, current medications or herbal supplements being used etc. are asked. Some clients find it very helpful to bring with them, a list of those things they are currently taking.

You may wish to take notes of key points. However, you will receive a five paged report showing pictures of the main irregularities and their intensities, along with a detailed diet chart based on your blood group.

If you follow the recommendations made, it is usually suggested to have a follow-up appointment after 3 months. At this time, you will have another in-depth analysis, and will actually be able to see the changes which have taken place at cellular level.

About Us

Anurag Aggarwal is a Classical Homeopath. He has a Bachelor's degree in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (B.H.M.S.) from Baba Farid University of Sciences, India.

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